11-10-2017 06:24 AM - last edited 10-22-2018 01:45 AM
Thanks to the release of the Car Registrations open data that Argentinian Government publish, I manage to analyze data and get surprising results. Thanking to Pi Data Strategy & Consulting for the Pro Power Bi account and the time to explore personal investigations and all the months updates.
Starting on the astonishing map I get the first results of the amount of registrations. Of course, Argentinian Capital gets the maximum number of the provinces (color). The surprise starts when I mix the data with census and calculate a measure to know the average of cars by person (size of bubble). On the top 5 I have the provinces with less people and the poorest province in the country.
Then I create new pages with an historic evolution with a predictive line chart of next years and a growth rate to check how the market works on different places and dates. This can show, indirectly, the economic crisis. It's clear in the evolution the top and bottom in history for this kind of reasons and the changes of years.
Hope this motivate to analyze your country statistics to find different truths.